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in england. your care, if you care about patients this is devastating for you. >> a new cnn poll shows the country is deeply divided on the high court's ruling. 50% agree with the justices decision while 49% disagree. 52% people polled favored most or almost all of the affordable care act. when it comes down, the same poll found president obama and mitt romney in a statistical tie pap survey of the 15 key battleground states have a different story. mitt romney ahead 51-43. that stands in contrast to last week's msnbc "wall street journal" poll that showed president obama in the lead by eight. now take this away. why is there this discrepancy? cnn polled nbc's, arizona and indiana states that are firmly in the romney camp. the obama campaign is looking to make inroads in those states with assaults on romney's business record. "new york times" report says it's working. mitt romney outsourcing jobs h been paid for by the pro obama super p.a.c. usa run by bill burton. >> we're now in the middle of $10 million we spent on television ads about mitt romney's time in the private sector and the
and the latest cnn poll numbers in those swing states, he seems to be doing pretty well. it's hard to say given the material they're working with that the campaign is doing a bad job. >> you know, once again, katty is right on the money. you came with your a game today. we appreciate that because i'm a complete dunce cap when it comes to this. i don't know much at all. but we're going to get to those polls. right now we're going to find out what mitt romney is doing in wolfboro, new hampshire, taking a break from the campaign frenzy, in the middle of his week-long vacation with the entire romney family, there in his family compound. garrett, it's kind of early to be out on lake winnipesaukee on the old jet ski. what's he doing? >> reporter: he's probably up and around. about 30 people out. about a third of the town is part of the romney family or part of the press corps who has gone to take an eye on him. >> we've seen pictures of the rochl ani -- romneys looking kennediesque. are they letting them take the photos? >> a little of both. you couldn't stage a better photo when they got on two boat
english. his wife, anne, told cnn, they were both fans of "downtown abbey." a national journal reports tickets to one dinner is $2,500 each. and he called romney a punk with the personality of a ken doll. >>> and the white house forgot spell check. there was a typo on the faceb k facebook. and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. and now, here is your first look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opened at 12887 after jumping 211 points yesterday. and the nasdaq climbed 39. looking at overseas trading this morning, a little hope for europe's finances is just what the market needed thursday. stocks took off after the european's central bank's president said he will do whatever it takes to keep the euro in tack. that optimism extended overseas as asian markets rose. elsewhere overseas, samsung reported record profits thanks to the galaxys mobile phone. despite facebook's first report as a company, shares hit a new low after the bell. earlier social gamer zinga's stock closed down 37%. and amazon's second quarter profit tumbled 96%, and shares later recovered, a
create voter confusion. >>> on cnn, the brother of alec baldwin, says the actor could be serious about running for mayor of new york city. billy baldwin says alec might run although he admits he might not have the patience it would require. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> your first look at how wall street will kick off the day after being closed for the fourth of july. dow opens at 12,943 after adding 72 points. the s&p was up 8. the nasdaq, gained 24. in tokyo, the nikkei lost 24 points. in hong kong, the hang seng nudged up 99. the biggest news will be friday's jobs report. news out of europe could trigger some market movement it today. >>> the european central bank is expected to cut the region's interest rates to a record low. the move is seen as essential in easing the euro zone's debt crisis. >> moody's downgraded barclay's credit rating to negative. the bank's former ceo was grilled by england's parliament where he apologized for reprehensible behavior by his traders for an interest rate fixing scandal which is expected to spread >>> volkswagen has ended a s
next. in the rewrite tonight remember when jon stewart went on a cnn show just to say how bad that show was? we have a perfect reply good excuse to show you that video again tonight. that's coming up. ask me what it's like when my tempur-pedic moves. why not talk to someone who owns an adjustable version of the most highly recommended bed in america? ask me about my tempur advanced ergo. goes up. goes up. ask me what it's like to get a massage anytime you want. goes down. goes down. [ male announcer ] tempur-pedic brand owners are more satisfied than owners of any traditional mattress brand. ergonomics. [ male announcer ] tempur-pedic. the most highly recommended bed in america. to learn more or to find an authorized retailer near you, visit tempurpedic.com. >>> remember when jon stewart went on crossfire to hear how much he hated crossfire, a left/right argument show on cable news. he couldn't stand it. not long after he went on crossfire to say how much he hated it, crossfire was canceled and that kind of tv is not really what's happening on cable news anymore in this c
at a six-week low, and also a new cnn/orc poll finds a 20% spike in positive expectations for the economy. richard, are they celebrating in chicago? >> well, that cnn poll confirms what we've seen in a number of different things, gallup as well, where people feeling better about the economy generally, maybe not about the global picture. they think that somewhere out there there are spooky things going on, but these trend lines are going in the right direction. what chicago'seen saying all along is the absolute number, we want it to be better, but the trend line is a much more important thing to watch. and the president's in ohio, jobless rate is better than it was not just better than the national avage, but better than when he was inaugurated as president, so they're happy with that. >> patricia, do republicans have to promote our decline a little more? >> well, yeah, that's always what makes it so hard to be a republican these days, especially a republican governor in a state that is doing better. and we've seen if any republicans are having a hard time with this message
the economy and make the tax system for mayor. >>> hillary clinton on cnn had harsh words for mitt romney's campaign ad that show you her running against president obama in the 2008 campaign. she said those ads are a waste of money. >>> the huffington post says they're -- to repeal the health care reform bill. the same lawmakers voted to return to the enhanced congressional health care system where they get a sweeter deal than the average american. >>> so how much does the public hate congress? well, a gallop poll says 16% of americans approve of the job congress is doing. in 2005, approval of congress was about 40%. >>> politico reports harry reid's frank description of today's brave new world of campaign funding a group of "angry old white men bankrolling conservative groups that are trying to buy the fall elections." >>> and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> now, here's your first look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,727 after falling 49 points yesterday. the s&p was down 3. the nasdaq dipped 11. taking a look at overseas trading this mor
barbour told cnn mitt romney should release his tax returns. "new york times" columnist paul krugman says mitt romney should level with voters about how much he would personally benefit from the policies he advocates. krugman wrote, unless romney does reveal the truth about his investments, quote, we can only assume he is hiding something seriously damaging. >>> the arkansas "democrat gazette" reports democratic congressional candidate ken aden dropped out of his bid for a northwest arkansas seat after the newspaper found documents disproving aden's claims he was in special forces in the military. "the washington post" reports swing states are about to be slammed with a summertime blitz of new ads from conservative karl rove's super pac crossroads gps. the group bought $25 million worth of anti-obama ads that will air in nine battleground states starting today. >>> "the huffington post" reports the department of justice argued in a trial yesterday the voeder i.d. law in texas would disenfranchise 600,000 minority voters who don't have the approved form of identification. >>> on fox news,
in the congressional race for using her military experience as a facet to her campaign. walsh spoke with cnn's ashleigh banfield yesterday and gave new meaning to the concept name dropping. >> because she's a war hero, ashlee, that demands our respect. but that doesn't demand our vote. ashlee, this wasn't a slip-up. so like i don't know about you ashlee. right now ashlee, i can tell you. i'm not going to back down. no, that's not what i said ashlee. ashlee, no. >> ashlee? >> everybody -- >> ashlee. ashlee -- >> because i am telling you -- >> ashleigh. >> ashleigh. >> by the way, ashleigh. >> that's not for you to say. >> ashleigh. >> in an attempt -- >> ashleigh. ashleigh. ashleigh. >> tammy duck worth. >> ashleigh i'll say it again. ashleigh, look. this is what happens when you've got a congressman that's always out in front of people talking. >> all right the final tally walsh said ashleigh 90 times. but let's flash back to a year ago joe walsh was on "hardball" in the midst of the whole debt ceiling debacle and had quite a strategy for avoiding the specifics about a toy party backed debt plan. you s
officers, but as well as other journalists in the area, one telling cnn that they had heard from 10 to 20 shots and little explosions going on. then a witness also said shortly after what they had heard was people screaming, and as you were noting earlier, they came on the p.a. system and said everyone needed to get out. so, this witness saying 10 to 20 shots that they had heard, that he or she had heard after the movie had begun, or during that process of them moving into the movie theater. so, as they go through and meet and try to get information from all of these witnesses that are in the area and police officers, as they've moved in their units, you can see in the live pictures, that's what we'll see develop in the coming hours as the sun begins to rise not too long from here. so willie, that's the latest we're seeing right now, the information. they're saying, as we heard from the reports, they don't have a lot of information. they're trying to get the most they can as they move forward. their big concern, as you noted, was getting the injured to the hospitals, those area hospitals.
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. however, two cnn reporters report overhearing what he told his audience. he said, quote, we all care -- by the way, he said, you guys are doing fine. if you're here, by and large, you're doing just fine. see, people paying $25,000 to go to this event by and large, mitt romney thinks they're all doing okay presumably, some of them are struggling, but by and large, the people at the $25,000 a plate fund-raiser are doing okay. he continued to reported applause, quote, we all care about the poor. but what we want to do is not just help. we want to help people from becoming poor. so you there in the red ferrari under a mitt romney presidency, you will never become poor. i will guarantee you that. you, mr. gold mercedes, have a cigar. you're not going to be poor, either. and you, ms. vip, read my lips, got you covered. becoming poor is not going to be a problem for you as long as i'm in office. so that's how mitt romney and his presidential campaign appears in the press today. and today is the day that president obama dared republicans to die on the political hill of tax cuts for millionai
whether it's you guys or over on fox or cnn, doesn't matter. >> it does matter. >> it does matter, but if you guys know that if you cover a subject in a certain way, you're ratings will spike up. if you don't cover that subject, the ratings will go down. that discussion is had. when we did a screening in new york that you attended, there were a lot of journalists, guys in the field for decades and they said i hope to god you guys are dealing with those of us who fight the fight every day to try to hang on to the ideals of journalism. and you see it. i mean, it's not like we're trying to whitewash all cable news. we're trying to shine a light on the people that are really trying to tell the truth and get at the truth every day. >> well, that's our fight every day to get the facts straight. you don't have a corrections pages on these programs. you've got a get it right live. here's an example of aaron sorkin's brilliant dialogue. it's a scene from next week's episode. >> onions make you cry they don't experience emotion. >> the way you experience rudy. >> everybody cries at the jers
could see when he was asked about this. one cnn debate he was very slippery about it. he was frustrated about the precedent with his father giving more returns out. the strange thing about this is he's been running for president about eight years. he's been thinking about running and ran in '08 and ran this time. he's had a lot of time to fix his taxes. it's a mystery to what he was thinking. this was an obvious problem that was going to come up. but he seems not to care enough about it to fix it before now. talking about it five months before the election. >> ryan, the other part of this is media is concerned about a lot of the details in the scrutiny. but the general perception given the voters is here's a rich guy advocating for rich people to have tax cuts. who's hanging out in the hamptons jet skiing. i think overall the average voters is not going to audit their taxes if they come out. it's the overall broad perception of this 1% of for the 1% by the 1% are going into the white house. that's a big political problem. >> i think that the unpatriotic part of it is what's going to be
on cnn yesterday that these attacks are working. he admitted that. how does the romney campaign shift the narrative here, dan? >> very difficult right now to do that. i mean, they could obviously do it if they released the tax rurntion. they're reluctant to do that. they said they would put out one more set of returns in august. that's a long time between now and august. they could do it if they were much more aggressive in going back at the president, but everything they've tried, and i thought it was interesting on friday night when he did that round of interviews with tv that that just had very little impact on changing it, and all weekend what you saw was a continuation and an acceleration of the calls for him to do something. >> i agree. i think that this is a box that has been carefully crafted by the obama team. it is a very well-packaged box. i mean, there's no escape at this point that i can see short of what dan just said, putting out the tax returns and i think then getting in front of the story with the speech. we were talking about this off air. i think you're right. get
in place in massachusetts was a penalty and disagrees with the court, but on tuesday he said on cnn, our position is the same as mitt romney's position. it's a tax. yesterday from romney, the courts said it's a tax and therefore it is a tax. is there anything or anyone who is properly managing the romney message when it comes to how they feel about the supreme court ruling? it seems like they are caught flatfooted on this. >> what the situation with the desperate comments what from what they show is how dangerous an is she for the campaign. the issue is an individual mandate. what mitt romney did in 20007 and that's the issue that brought the tea party national prominence and one of the most politically charged issues to date and something he has to be careful with. now the obama campaign as we heard earlier, mitt romney doesn't stick to his guns. he is changing for political expediency and that's something you don't want to see. >> how does it not look like the tail is wagging the dog on health care? >> the challenge is the fact that the supreme court came out with the ruling that it's
the economy will improve. according to a new cnn poll, six in ten say the economy will be doing well by 2013 versus 39% who say it will be poor. those are the opposite of where the poll stood last october. we'll be right back. what makes the sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you wanted a firm bed you can lie on one of those. we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. wow, that feels really good! once you experience it, there's no going back. hurry in now for our lowest prices of the season. save $300 to $1000 on selected sleep number bed sets. final days! sale ends sunday. only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. >>> governor romney said we should just let detroit go bankrupt. i refuse to turn my back on communities like this one. i was betting on the american worker. and i was betting on american industry. and three years later the americanuto industry is coming roaring back. >> welcome back to "hardball." that was president obama this afternoon kicking
numbers. cnn poll out recently and the democrat his a 10-point margin in enthusiasm. romney supporters are less supportive of romney than they have been in past republican nominees. we have more donors to our organization and far bigger organization with more volunteers on the ground where they are getting their money is from the special interest. they want to protect their tax breaks and subsidies and special deals. >> they put out a new ad calling on mitt romney to release more tax returns. what do you think are in those returns? >> mitt romney has been the most creative candidate for president since richard nixon. he disclosed year and won't say why he opened a corporation offshore in bermuda and why he keeps his finances offshore in the cayman islands and why he has a swiss bank account. is to avoid paying taxes and the other is to hedge against the dollar. there questions about whether he closed it in the amnesty period. we can clear up the answers to these questions by releasing additional returns. this is something that rem da democrats and republicans have done for years. his o
over there. shalom is a wonderful word. we should hear it from him. today ahuit bharrat told cnn. >> they should tell you this administration and president obama is doing in regard to our security more than anything that i can remember in the past. >> pretty powerful stuff at this point, isn't it? >> it is. and again, we've seen the republicans and mitt romney find some daylight there. and when you have statements like that and if you just read the israeli press, you read the editorials. they're more critical of israeli policy. at least open minded to what's going on there than any part of the conversation we have here. so i think again -- >> it's called democracy. >> it's called democracy. >> i've been over there debating a guy at the university of tel aviv there. people love a debate over there. >> also i think ehud barack wants to distress the fact just because romney was oifr there speaking to the right wing of israeli politics doe't mean that israel themselves feel the same way. romney has complicated things there by takes this aggressive fund raising and, you know, approach
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of correctives. but remember, crazy joe really is crazy. so here he is today on cnn. >> this wasn't a slip-up. i don't gret anything i said. >> of course. it doesn't feel like a slip-up to crazy joe. crazy joe's whole life is a slip-up. now, pardon me while i have a word with the voters of illinois's eighth congressional district. you have a choice coming up in november, and there's a lot we can say between now and then about the difference between crazy joe and tammy duckworth on the issues, the difference between house republicans and house democrats on the issues. there's a lot we could say about qualifications for office of the candidates, including military service and bravery in combat. but before you evaluate any of those things, the threshold question you face in the illinois eighth is, do you really want to vote for a crazy person? again? [ male announcer ] introducing zzzquil sleep-aid. it's not for colds, it's not for pain, it's just for sleep. because sleep is a beautiful thing. ♪ zzzquil, the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil. as her family pulled out of the dr
romney during a cnn debate in january. take a listen to this, david. >> why not should the people of south carolina before this election see last year's return? >> because i want to make sure that i beat president obama and every time we release things drip by drip, the the democrats go out with another array of attacks. >> there you have it. that's the truth. he can't say anything about his personal finances. he won't reveal his tax returns because voters are likely to turn against him and he won't win the election. >> i'm surprised martin, that i have to tell you one of the basic fact of life. if you have a swiss bank account, you don't talk about it. i mean, come on, everybody. let's get real here. this is mitt romney at his core. he knew for years he was running for president, he knew in '07. he knew he'd be doing it again and he is just decided that damn it all, i'm not going to make this stuff public. you know, there's this company stangty that "vanity fair" wrote about. we don't know what happens there. there are questions about his ira. so many questions, whether he voided
answer some more questions about this. i saw the video of her running away from the reporter, i think cnn, i believe it was, refusing to answer. if you level this type of accusation, and she said it's not even an accusation, i'm just wondering. that's not good enough. >> john, isn't it un-american of bachmann to try and paint certain muslims as un-american? >> i don't like to use the word un-american, but i have a muslim cousin, jewish sister-in-law, atheist brother, i don't get to hate anybody. michele bachmann, what she did, rather deliberate. she's going to raise money from saying what she said, and she will earn the ire of her colleagues, yes, even john boehner condemned her, but they need her because she makes them look measured and reasonable. to me, she's an embarrassment to all ignorant and lying americans. >> i represent that. a number of republicans have attacked michele bachmann. having worked for congressman bachmann's campaign for president, i am fully aware she sometimes has difficulty with her attacks, but this downright vicious and reaches the senator mccarthy level. shame
public setting. former cnn anchor and b.e.t. host t.j. holmes was driving near his home when he was pulled over unaware of any wrongdoing. he kept a running account of the traffic stop while on twitter. driving while jack ain't no joke. later he updated, officer's reason for pulling me over. wanted to make sure you had insurance on the car. i kid you not. unfortunately, this is hardly shocking. it may, however, come as a surprise to some who believe we're living in post-racial america. a gallup poll taken the day after barack obama's election in 2008 showed 70% of americans thought the election would make race relations better. but less than a year later, we were hearing things like this. >> this president, i think, has exposed himself as a guy over and over and over again who has a deep seeded hatred for white people or the white culture. i don't know what it is. >> that's a far cry from the hopes of a presidential candidate who sought a more nuanced conversation about race in america. >> i have asserted a firm conviction, a conviction rooted in my faith in god and my faith in
they left office terribly unpopular and mitt romney doesn't need that extra baggage. >> john harwood, cnn chief correspondent, thank you very much. good to have you there. >> you bet. >> what john is saying about making the economic argument against mitt romney and who is the best economic talker on the democratic side, if you don't think that bill clinton is that person, the other democrat, you probably think is the best person on that is elizabeth warren. we found out today on the sail night that bill clinton is going to be addressing the dnc, so, too, is massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren. the democrats seem focused on this economy thing. all right, we've got a best new thing in the world coming up. it's about a bronze medal. but it's a best new thing. how could that be? stay with us. look at those toys. insurance must be expensive. nah. [ dennis' voice ] i bet he's got an allstate agent. they can save you up to 30% more by bundling your policies. well his dog's stupid. [ dennis' voice ] poodles are one of the world's smartest breeds. are you in good hands? (jet engines ro
. but a cnn poll of key battleground states shows mitt romney leading in 12 key battlegrounds by eight points. can that be right? can both polls be right? look, the point is this, it's july. it's early, calm down. the candidates are so calm they're taking a summer break before the all-out sprint to november. the president's at camp david. he announced today his campaign will be kicking off a two-day betting on america bus tour to ohio and pennsylvania, of course, that starts thursday. meanwhile, mitt romney's in new hampshire engaging in sport with his family. doing the romney olympics, jet skiing with ann, and grabbing some ice cream. that's a good look, mitt. >> what a surprise. >> reminds me of some of the great political vacations of yore. ♪ when you're on a holiday ♪ you can find the words to say ♪ ♪ all the things that come to you ♪ ♪ on and on -- >> i wonder if romney should be so comfortable. some of his friends who know all about business and setting up great teams are tweeting their concerns about team romney. rupert murdoch says mitt romney last week will be hard to bea
with liberal justices and uphold the president's health care law last month. scalia told cnn's piers morgan that reports of a falling out are overblown. >> i haven't had a falling out with justice roberts. >> no words exchanged, slamming of doors? >> no, no. >> nothing like that? >> nothing like that. >> best buddies? >> why best buddy, boehner, ginsburg has ever been. >> they may disafree on the law. what draws he and ginsburg together, they love of opera. >>> strikes around the london olympics could cause major disruptions for people trying to make it to the games. the british union warned they risk a public backlash if the strikes take place. >>> philadelphia are questioning a so-called person of interest in this disturbing kidnapping attempt captured on surveillance video in broad daylight on tuesday. see the man trying to grab a 10-year-old girl just blocks from her home. she fought him. she fell down. he tried to grab her a second time. then he was scared away by the screams of the girl's 2-year-old brother. police say the little girl has identified the suspect in custody. amazing. >>
are more and more optimistic the economy will improve. according to a new cnn poll, six in ten say the economy will be doing well by 2013 versus 39% who say it will be poor. those are the opposite of where the poll stood last october. we'll be right back. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. people don't like to miss out on money that should have been theirs. that's why at ally we have the raise your rate 2-year cd. you can get a one-time rate increase if our two-year rate goes up. if your bank makes you miss out, you need an ally. ally bank. no nonsense. just people sense. >>> governor romney said we should just let detroit go bankrupt. i refuse to turn my back on communities like this one. i was betting on the american worker. and i was betting on american ç industry. and three years later the american auto industry is coming roarinback. >> welcome back to "hardball." that was president obama this afternoon ki
was actually retired from bain. >> just in case you thought ed gillespie made a mistake, he repeated it on cnn. >> he took a leave of absence, and in fact, he ended up not going back at all, and retired retroactively to february of 1999, as a result. >> did romney give back the salary he made between 1999 and 2002 when he retired retroactively? look here, folks. here's the bottom line. the s.e.c. filings show that romney made at least $100,000 a year while he was allegedly doing nothing as the ceo bain. maybe romney should have followed the lead of his father, george romney, stepped down as president of the american motors corporation, when he ran for office. it was real simple. a report in "the nation" says "the board elected george romney as vice chairman, but granted him an indefinite leave of absence without pay." mitt romney chose to retroactively retire. in other words, he was double-dipping. but more importantly, the romney campaign still cannot say who was running bain capital during the time in question. >> does the governor think that those were good deals for bain? >> those deals we
's you guys or on fox or cnn. >> it does matter. >> it does matter, but you guys know that if you cover a certain subject in a certain way, your ratings are going to spike up. if you back off, your ratings are going to go down. when we did a screening in new york recently that you attended, there were a lot of journalist, a lot of producers, guys who have been in the field for decades and they said, i hope to god that you guys are dealing with those of us who fight the fight every day to try to hang on to the ideals of journalism and you see it. it's not like we're out trying to whitewash all of cable news. we're trying to shine a light on the people really trying to tell the truth and get out the truth every day. >> that's our fight every day to get out the truth because you don't have a corrections page. here's an example of aaron sorkin's brilliant dialogue. a scene from next week's episode. >> make you cry, they don't themselves experience emotion. >> the way you experience emotion when you watch rudy. >> jersey scene? >> yes. >> everybody cries at the jersey scene. jim? >> haven't
unpopular and mitt romney doesn't need that extra baggage. >> john harwood, cnn chief correspondent and wrietder for "the new york times," thank you very much. good to have you there. >> you bet. >> what john is saying about making the economic argument against mitt romney and who is the best economic talker on the democratic side, if you don't think that bill clinton is that person, the other democrat, you probably think is the best person on that is elizabeth warren. we found out today that on the same night that bill clinton is going to be addressing the dnc, so, too, is massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren. the democrats seem focused on this economy thing. all right, we've got a best new thing in the world coming up. it's about a bronze medal. but it's a best new thing. how could that be? stay with us. [ male announcer ] we got a real mom and the family car to do an experiment. we put a week of her family's smelly stuff all in at once to prove that febreze car vent clips could eliminate the odor. then we brought her family to our test facility to see if it worked. [ w
of the rnc bungled a response on cnn this morning. >> president romney per fernstrom, what is the rnc's position on this? >> the same as mitt romney's position is, tit's a tax, that' the only way the supreme court came up with the decision it did. >> one of the ramifications i think is that americans are walking around saying the supreme court confirmed its attacks and people who won't be suggest to an increase are thinking i'm getting taxed to pay for obamacare. >> there is that element of confusion that exists out there you're talking about a small percentage of the people, those who not comply with the law. but the broader population believes it applies to them. which is why what was said yesterday on the program was kind of a gaffe because it then flips the script and all of a sudden now you have romney saying it's a penalty, we agree with the president and that gives the president a wider swath to make the argument about his health care plan. >> thank you for being here. coming up, congressman joe walsh is is at it again. the man who told president obama to quote stop lying. now
, he told cnn this yesterday about those remarks. >> this wasn't a slip up. i don't regret anything i said. >> here to respond to her opponent is tammy duckworth who continues to serve in the illinois national guard following the loss of both her legs when her helicopter was hit in iraq in 2004. if i were to see you on the campaign trail, at an event, as part of your pitch or speech about your candidacy, how much would i hear you talking about your military service versus your platform and that which you're looking forward to doing? >> i actually start all of my discussions with constituents about you all know about my military service, but let me tell you about the time my family was on food stamps and how my dad lost his job and how important it it is for us to focus on our economy right now. if i talk about health care, for example, the fact is my wounds give me an insight into the need for good health care because my family would be bankrupt had i been in just a car accident. there's no way we could have afforded my health bills. >> you lay out your position on at least ten differ
of this campaign. >> one other thing i wanted to bring up about health care is according to the new cnn poll, by 50-49, people agree with the supreme court decision so the country is evenly split which is basically a blank slate that either side can try to bring to bear. >> it's a cliche, but i think this issue was so thoroughly litigated in the court of public opinion two years ago that it's all sorted out. i think the president, it's factored into the stock price against the president. i think what the supreme court was going to decide wasn't going to make a whole lot of difference to most voters. they already formed opinions on health care. >> mitt romney and ann romney, when you talked about trying to flesh out who is this guy and does he share your values, mitt romney and ann romney jet skiing, i assume in new hampshire, so you can see that probably the best thing that he's got going for him is ann romney, who is out on the cover of "usa today" today talking about her struggle against m.s. and she's going to be writing a book, she says, about that. not about politics but about her health issu
hebs duckworth is a hero. he told cnn crede. >> this wasn't a slip up. >> here to respond the tammy duckworth, who continues to serve following the loss of both her legs when her helicopter was hit in iraq in 2004. if i were to see you on the campaign trail, at an event, as part of your pitch or speech about your candidacy, how much woul i hear your talking about your mitary service versus your platform? >> i actually start all of my discussions about you all know about my military service, but let me tell you about the time my family was on food stamps and my dad lost his job and how important it is for us to focus on the economy right now. you'll hear me talk about my military service in certain ways if i talk about health my woun an insight to the need for good health care. because my family would be bankrupt if i had just been in an accident. >> i can attest to the fact on your website there is a platform. you lay out your position on ten different issues. there's a jobs plan as well. the criticism he offers is this is the only thing you discuss on the campaign trail. you're he
. >> finally, a different take from jason chaffits. he was asked on cnn whether off romney should release more years of his returns and he said this. >> i think he has released a tax returns. >> more of them. >> shouldn't -- >> no, i don't. >> why not? why shouldn't the american people see those? >> he's been very successful. he released everything that he is required to release including paying more than 16% of his income to charitable giving. i think it is the diversionary tactic. most people don't care about this. governor romney has been very successful. get over it. it is a reality. >> do most people care about this issue? >> well, i don't think they care about this specific issue obsessively, but as you said and what michael said, if you put the secrecy of most of his financial transactions next to concerns about outsourcing and offshoring that the democrats have been poking around at next to their efforts of trying to paint mitt romney into a corner on defending tax cuts for the wealthiest americans and if you sort of put the aura of secrecy around the whole thing, then i think you rais
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